The week’s honorable mentions
We hear they’ve already ordered platinum Best Friends necklaces.
It’s something everyone thinks of doing immediately upon entry to a wax museum: pretend to be a wax figure to fool tourists. Unfortunately, most people can’t pull off the ruse — mainly because most of us aren’t famous enough to …
After the Knicks forward smashed his hand through a fire extinguisher case, TIME takes a look at other inanimate objects, from bagpipes to bottles of aftershave, that have relegated sporting greats to the disabled list.
The ESPN staffer who wrote an offensive headline (“Chink in the Armor”) featured on a February article about Jeremy Lin and the Knicks was fired for the misstep, and has already apologized. Now, in a pretty gracious move, the …
On Thursday afternoon, a mint condition rookie trading card of the New York Knicks sensation Jeremy Lin sold for $21,580.
A look at the scrappy basketball player’s exploits this season
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The headline was up for a mere 35 minutes in the middle of the night, but it has caused enough of a stir to get the writer canned. ESPN is apologizing after the phrase, a double entendre, …
Rising NBA star Jeremy Lin is ditching his brother’s padded, army green-brown couch for, you know, an actual apartment. Wait, he was still sleeping on his brother’s couch?
That’s right, and it’s all because his contract wasn’t …
The newly minted NBA phenom has traveled an unlikely path from Harvard to the New York Knicks